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“Close behind Mark Ruffalo at his most adorably Ruffaloesque, Julianne Moore's scrumptious rump and the title being The Kids Are All Right and not The Kids Are Alright, is the rare but pleasurable spectacle of a woman my age up on screen in big close-up.”
“Alright is a common, 100-year-old alternate spelling of all right, presumably created on analogy to already and although.”
“Alright is a common, 100-year-old alternate spelling of all right, presumably created on [...]”
“Big Daddy Alright is playing the Cherokee Casino on July 8/9 and Aug. 12/13.”
“Alright, that is the leap that was very difficult for people to make.”
“Alright, that is kind of disgusting, but it illustrates my point.”
“Alright, that isn't exactly true, but it isn't far fetched to say that most of”
“Alright, that is all I got for now so thanks very much for those for taking my questions.”
“Alright," he says, not bothering to wash his hands as he walks out the door.”
“Alright," said Phil, and he pulled the car out onto the highway.”
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